• Posted By Vincent DiMarco
    Monday, November 06 2017 at 5:17 PM
    I agree with J. Tombor. I'm not wasting my time "poring over" all this crap as it isn't law yet. Thanks, but I'll spend my time racking up billable hours instead! I had to chuckle a little about the "lawn care business" bring in $500k in profits. Sounds like a money laundering operation, or maybe using labor from human trafficking. Kind of like how Pablo Escobar once had the most profitable cab business in Colombia...
  • Posted By J. Tombor
    Monday, November 06 2017 at 8:12 AM
    The 2nd to last paragraph mentions accountants poring over the new law. Smart accountants are not busy with any of this as it's far from being a law at this point.
  • Posted By DMack
    Friday, November 03 2017 at 1:16 PM
    So, to recap... the bill creates a plethora of new anti-abuse regulations that (presumably) will have to be monitored carefully by the IRS and, at the same time, the GOP wants to eliminate the IRS or at least defund it so much it can't function. The very rich are going to exploit this to no end (which is the goal of the GOP and it's uber-rich donors...)